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Parallel Ballots Cast in 7 states: Election not over... "and the Solution Would Be to Have the Congress Vote for President" - Ha!


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2 minutes ago, Blue Devil said:

 

It's just the Constitution.

 

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The constitution specifies Electors chosen by state legislatures.  There is no allowance for alternates selected by a single political party.

 

Even if a senator and a representative were to object to the official state electors, you’ll never get a majority of the House to sustain the objection.
 

It’s highly unlikely that you’d get the Senate to sustain it either.  The majority leader already told his caucus not to engage in silly games. 

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2 minutes ago, Dontlooknow said:

They already won the electoral college. That is all that is needed to win the presidency. 

 

The process is not complete until the head of the Congress counts the votes and confirms the vote, and then informs Congress, ya dick-suckin' loser.

 

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Just now, Whitemajikman said:

So what ...

That don't mean shit....

One senator is all that is required ....and they will be lining up regardlees of McConnell's cowardice...

 


You need both the House and the Senate to separately vote to reject the electors selected by state legislatures. It’s not going to happen. 

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Just now, Olivaw said:


The constitution specifies Electors chosen by state legislatures.  There is no allowance for alternates selected by a single political party.

 

Even if a senator and a representative were to object to the official state electors, you’ll never get a majority of the House to sustain the objection.
 

It’s highly unlikely that you’d get the Senate to sustain it either.  The majority leader already told his caucus not to engage in silly games. 

Read the part about election integrity and marshal law .....

 

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3 minutes ago, Olivaw said:


The constitution specifies Electors chosen by state legislatures.  There is no allowance for alternates selected by a single political party.

 

Even if a senator and a representative were to object to the official state electors, you’ll never get a majority of the House to sustain the objection.
 

It’s highly unlikely that you’d get the Senate to sustain it either.  The majority leader already told his caucus not to engage in silly games. 

 

The State Legislatures of Seven States - have sent in alternate votes.

 

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Just now, Blue Devil said:

 

The process is not complete until the head of the Congress counts the votes and confirms the vote, and then informs Congress, ya dick-suckin' loser.

 

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The goal posts must be on wheels, they move so often. 
 

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2 hours ago, Blue Devil said:

Parallel Ballots cast in 7 states: Election not over

 

If you turn on TV, they will play a reality for you that affects your brain in ways that science is only beginning to understand.  But the results are clear - TV affects the subconscious brain in subliminal programming of the reptilian brain.  The irony about the control paradigm as presented by the globalists is that everyone has the ultimate vote that counts: TURN OFF YOUR TV.  TV is literally the only control they have over the brains (or what's left of them) of the masses.  While the Biden vomitorium had the appearance of 'closure' to leftists and those who can't see beyond their TV screens, Electors in 7 states cast dueling votes for Trump:

Republican electors in PennsylvaniaGeorgiaMichiganWisconsinArizonaNevada, and New Mexico cast alternative slates of votes for President Donald Trump on Dec. 14, as the certified Democrat electors in the same states cast votes for former Vice President Joe Biden.

While there’s precedent for dueling sets of electors casting votes in a presidential election, the number of states involved in the action sent the 2020 election into uncharted territory. Democrats successfully executed the same gambit in Hawaii in 1960 by casting an alternative set of votes for John F. Kennedy after the state’s governor certified the electors for Richard Nixon.

Aside from speculation on the internet, if we are following 'house rules' laid out in the constitution, here is what happens next.  On January 6th in a Congressional session Vice President Mike Pence counts the votes.  If he receives votes for Biden and Trump from the same state, the state would likely be cancelled (voided).  If the 7 states were deleted for Biden, neither candidate would have the 270 required, and the solution would be to have the Congress vote for President, but with 1 state holding 1 vote each, which has a Republican majority in both houses.  In this scenario, Congress would re-elect President Trump.

 

Furthermore, this is not without precedent, something far more extreme happened in 1876: ...

 

No, wait...

 

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This is very possible especially with the new damning evidence of voter fraud through the Dominion voting machines. 
 

The machines are getting confiscated in Detroit and Arizona as we speak and if they find more fraud? Many states will be confiscating the machines. 

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1 minute ago, Olivaw said:


You need both the House and the Senate to separately vote to reject the electors selected by state legislatures. It’s not going to happen. 

 

If the state is contested and therefor ambiguous, and thrown out...

 

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2 minutes ago, Blue Devil said:

 

The State Legislatures of Seven States - have sent in alternate votes.

 

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No, they were not selected by legislatures. They were selected by a few disgruntled Republican legislators which carries no constitutional weight. 

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Just now, Olivaw said:


You need both the House and the Senate to separately vote to reject the electors selected by state legislatures. It’s not going to happen. 

The president does not need either the house the Senate or the Judiciary to proclaim an election invalid if enough evidence exists....

Oops.

And that evidence is growing exponentially....

Again ...oops.

 

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2 minutes ago, Whitemajikman said:

The president does not need either the house the Senate or the Judiciary to proclaim an election invalid if enough evidence exists....

Oops.

And that evidence is growing exponentially....

Again ...oops.

 

There is no evidence growing.... Oooops

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Just now, Dontlooknow said:

So any time according to republicans the democrats can just elect alternate electors  and stea any election they want. Lol this is so funny. But I'll be here to laugh when it gets stopped. 

Hey, idiot ..you guys did this recently ....that is how ignorant you prove yourself to be.....

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1 minute ago, Whitemajikman said:

The president does not need either the house the Senate or the Judiciary to proclaim an election invalid if enough evidence exists....

Oops.

And that evidence is growing exponentially....

Again ...oops.

 


You may have mixed up the Russian and American constitution, Boris. There is no clause in the American constitution that permits a president to declare his own loss invalid. 

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11 minutes ago, Olivaw said:


The constitution specifies Electors chosen by state legislatures.  There is no allowance for alternates selected by a single political party.

 

Even if a senator and a representative were to object to the official state electors, you’ll never get a majority of the House to sustain the objection.
 

It’s highly unlikely that you’d get the Senate to sustain it either.  The majority leader already told his caucus not to engage in silly games. 

Yeah they read some fake news and get all excited. He been humping his trump flag for the last hour. 

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